A new set of automation technologies are transforming how work gets done across the enterprise. Progressive organizations are investing in AI, machine learning, NLP, RPA, smart sensors, intelligent integration platforms, and more to automate repetitive tasks and processes, freeing up workers to focus on strategic pursuits that drive the business forward.
Next week — at Web Summit 2019 taking place in Lisbon, Portugal — SnapLogic CEO Gaurav Dhillon will take the stage to explore the market developments and customer trends driving the automation movement, as well as the insights and best practices to help enterprises get automation right.
In his Binate stage keynote on Wednesday, November 6 — “Advancing in the Age of Automation” — Dhillon will explain that the automated enterprise is one that realizes that velocity of change is to be embraced, and has adopted the right mix of automation technologies broadly to support it. Only then can the organization innovate at scale, react to competitive and market pressures, better predict customer intentions, and adjust as needed to meet the next opportunity head on.
On Tuesday, November 5, Dhillon will also participate in the “Grow Fast or Die Slow” panel discussion on the SaaS Monster stage, alongside Founder/CEOs Frida Polli of Pymetrics and Allan Grant of Hired, and moderator Liam Proud of Reuters Breakingviews. The group will discuss today’s hyper-growth entrepreneurial successes, which go from one to hundreds of customers and employees in just a few years. Often with little budget, these upstarts recognize that to break out and stave off competitors, they need to quickly acquire as many customers as possible, rapidly expand and scale globally, all while cementing enduring and defensible market leadership.
Visit the Web Summit schedule to learn more about what’s in store during the jam-packed four-day event that Forbes hails as “the best technology conference on the planet.” And be sure to follow SnapLogic’s Twitter and LinkedIn pages for real-time updates from the showfloor.